Wedding rehearsal candid

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  1. eurytopic

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    A friend of ours had a wedding at the state capital in Tennessee. This was taken with my D70. Do you think it needs more contrast? I think I'm spending more time in photoshop than taking picures! :lol:

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    I think it looks fine as is...That's how it is when your hooked on Photoshop...I sometimes think I should of majored in graphic design, but NAW......
     
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    Nice capture. It's already pretty contrasty, doesn't need any more. I can't help feeling that you could have got something better at a wedding though.
     
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    i like it, i think the contrast is fine as it is. good candid
     
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    Great shot, induced a bit of nostalgia for me.
     
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    srt86hil, I did take more pictures - but I wasn't the official photographer and didn't really focus too much on it. Plus, with the low light, my old D70 (bad high ISO performance) and no good flash lots of captures had noise.

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    But I think this photo captured the true feel of a modern wedding

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